>> not far, actually. the u.s. embassy is considered nearby. the problem is, a drive that can take five to ten minutes might take you an hour because there are not only -- there's debris on the road, but also cars, abandoned cars that were left when the earthquake hit. so, it's a real problem. i mean, this is going to be, i think -- it seems to be one of the major priorities today. now that this airport has been freed up, because it's now got air traffic controllers, essentially, because the u.s. air force is here on the ground making sure that happens, another priority today has got to be figuring out the logistical problem. >> i'm told the u.s. air force c-17s, the big planes are going to start arriving in a chain now. we just saw the first one arrive, but the skies are going to be full. >> well, brian, ann and al, of course, we expect to see much more of your coverage throughout the day on msnbc as well as on "nightly news" tonight. brian will be reporting there from haiti, as you see. again, if you want more information on the crisis in haiti and you want to know how you can help, please visit our website, todayshow.com. we'll be right back.